Were You Charged With Drug Trafficking, Distribution Or Manufacture?
Distribution of controlled or banned substances may range from giving someone a pill to conducting a sophisticated drug dealing operation. Was your juvenile son or daughter charged with illegal distribution of drugs because he or she had a few Xanax pills in a pocket without a proper container or prescription?
Were you charged with methamphetamine manufacture or conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance because of alleged paraphernalia items that police found in your car or home? Perhaps you had a scale and plastic sandwich bags along with large amounts of marijuana or opioids. Perhaps you had items in your garage or basement that police called evidence of a meth lab. Hernandez & Associates, P.C., can evaluate your case and prepare a vigorous defense.
Proven Defense For Drug Charges
Contact an experienced, proven-effective defense law firm in Denver if you have been charged with any of the above-listed, drug-related offenses in Colorado. Hernandez & Associates, P.C., is prepared to mount a sophisticated defense on your behalf. Call us at 303-536-5134 to discuss your case.
We are prepared to investigate until we discover the most promising arguments in your defense. Police may have gathered evidence of alleged trafficking or manufacturing through illegal search and seizure. Law enforcement agents and prosecutors may allege that you were trafficking or preparing to distribute a controlled substance based on the quantity of drugs involved. A successful defense strategy may demonstrate that the amount involved was too low to trigger trafficking charges.
Defense For Many Drug Trafficking Charges
Our Colorado drug trafficking lawyers have defended people in cases such as these, including:
- Individuals charged with cultivation of marijuana without authorization
- Groups charged with manufacturing illegal substances using over-the-counter medications
- People targeted in drug busts involving dozens of co-defendants
Trafficking cases may involve evidence to be gathered from other states and countries. Various government agencies such as the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (border patrol), U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and/or the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) may be involved. Our attorneys can defend you after you have been charged with misdemeanors or felonies in state or federal courts. If you are not a U.S. citizen, our immigration lawyers can advise you on how to plead in your case to protect your visa or green card status, if possible.
Contact us by phone at 303-536-5134 or send an email to schedule a consultation. HABLAMOS ESPAÑOL.
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